Oedipus Fetish

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I'm a fan of erotica. My tastes vary from time to time, but I have a tendency toward one type more than any other.

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Smashwords book reviews by Oedipus Fetish

  • My Wife's A Gangbang Addict on Feb. 27, 2011

    First of all, some context: this is a short (erotic) story, ordinarily to be read on an eReader. It isn't a novel, it isn't complex literature, and it isn't written on glossy paper. With that out of the way, what it *is* is a brief, erotic work on a married couple in which the wife gets off on being the object of gang bangs. Her husband gets off on it, too. After depicting what seems to be a typical night of sex for the couple, something changes that takes the husband in a different direction. Given that it's such a short story, it would be giving away the store to say anything more about the plot. There are several asides during the opening scene, where the important questions are answered (who, what, when, where, why), but they flow well with the rest of the story. I enjoyed this story beginning to end. The voyeuristic thrill of watching Connor is great, and the obvious enjoyment he feels watching his wife with other men is readily apparent. Most of the detail focuses on Kirsten's reaction to her pleasure and Connor's reaction to her pleasure. Ms. Shuel's descriptions are vivid and evocative without dwelling too long. This short story is an exciting foray into a taboo fetish, and I'm looking forward to reading more. On a more surface level, I really liked the cover image. A voluptuous, sensual redhead looks over her shoulder wantonly. A fitting description of this story.
  • Hard To Swallow on March 02, 2011

    This is a fun, short bit of cuckold erotica. A husband and wife explore her rape fantasy, and it's everything they wanted and more! To satisfy his taste for troilism, he procures three men to take her roughly. This story had the intended effect on me. It's very much a short story (don't expect too much plot), but Ms. Shuel's descriptions are vivid enough. There's a humorous twist at the end, too, which was fun. A good, light, erotic story.
  • Erotica Author Bares All on April 05, 2011

    This is a story told in parts of a divorced man's sexual adventures. Freed from what had become a nigh-sexless marriage, he's obviously making the most of his opportunities. A couple of these opportune moments are depicted with exciting detail, but the meat of the matter, so to speak, is when he's invited to an anonymous gang bang held by one of his favorite erotic authors and her assistant. As usual, Ms. Shuel excels when it comes to detail. She provides vivid descriptions of the action, but knows when brevity works best, too. The plot is solid but quiet throughout, and the twist ending is a lot of playful fun. If you like your erotica with a touch of heart and a bit of humor, give this a try.
  • Mom and Muttly; A Short Story of Incest and Bestiality on Sep. 21, 2011

    This is an interesting tale of two taboos mixed together. Between the title alone and the summary, I'll bet you have a good idea of what's happening, so I won't waste time on the plot. The writing, though, is typical for Esmeralda Greene; clean grammar, descriptive, but dirty enough to evoke exactly what you might see if you were a fly on the wall. It's a "quickie" story, nineteen pages total, so the story is told quickly, but well. Add in Ms. Greene's humor and sense of the erotica, and I enjoyed it very much. In the 99ยข range, too, I think it's a good value.
  • The Vanishing Venusians Reseen on Oct. 20, 2011
    (no rating)
    This story is Leigh Brackett's "The Vanishing Venusians", supposedly written with genders reversed. Their text editor works well enough; the names are switched for opposite-gender names often enough, and the pronouns are reversed as well, it just doesn't make sense. Rory is supposedly pregnant, and yet she's the one sent off to explore an island, to climb cliffs? I'll give 'em a point for the tasty eye candy on the cover, but otherwise it's just a shoddy find/replace job. There are several of this kind of thing out there. Jekkara Press, I suppose? But they're lazy. At least it's free, right? As is the original "The Vanishing Venusians"! Pfft.